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the two parties and we will see how that goes. >> here is what former alaska gov. sarah palin has to say about it. >> kind of like getting out there on the playground, a bunch of kids getting ready to fight and one kid says, go ahead, punched me in the face and i would not retaliate. the last i checked sarah palin is not much of an expert on nuclear issues. if the secretary of defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff are comfortable with it i will probably take my advice from them and not from sarah palin. >> it is a fascinating exchange. not much of an expert -- sarah palin, not much of an expert, but she did respond to her. >> he did because he was put on the spot and he had to say something. i mean, there are some serious issues to be discussed but not the way sarah palin chooses to discuss them. she to realize is the whole issue. >> but it is a fascinating exchange still. >> but i don't think it really signifies much because it is not like we are unilaterally disarming. we have a vast arsenal of nuclear weapons. the problem is we have a lot of old weapons we don't know w
the search for missing miners. >> [inaudible] >> president obama response to [inaudible] what sarah palin had to say in return. >> how did a cow end up in a trapped in the trance of their shopping routine, some people don't notice the difference between meat and mystery when they enter... ...the frozen zone is it real chicken? or something else? some chicken nuggets and tenders look like they have mystery meat. with my perdue frozen nuggets, there is no mystery. just real all-white meat, made with 100% natural ingredients, no fillers, no preservatives, and a delicious taste your family will love. perdue frozen chicken. all-white meat. no mystery. >> you are watching abc 7 news at 6:00 p.m. >> there is a suspect in the rescue -- another setback for the missing miners in west virginia. at least 25 people were killed. rescuers have found seven bodies. they are going to drop in a camera to see what they can see. >> never give up. that is what we do, never giving up. >> the number of violations cited -- massey energy says there's safety record has been better than the average. president obama is
? and finally, the charge of sedition. joe kleine on this joe indicted sarah palin and glenn beck for stirring anti-government resistance. they didn't like it. chris: i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show catty kay, kelly o'donnell, david ignatius, and andrew sullivan are our guests. first up, obama is back on a roll. running against walt has changed the subject. he's taking on the great wealth and republicans are showing every sign of compromise. now that he's got the spotlight on a winning subject, why is he turning next to immigration? here he was on friday. >> i would note that 11 current republican senators voted to pass immigration reform four years ago, so i'm hopeful that they will join with democrats in doing so again so we can make the progress the american people deserve. >> where does the president see the appetite for attending this new agenda? some critics predicted he would forget any new agendas. he bet the entire presidency on getting health care through. >> david, let's talk about his current issue before we move on to these other topics of immigration. seems like on the is
that out. the question is why sarah palin parading around the country with her on the bachmann/palin overdrive tour? it's like a bad rock band. she makes this stuff up. she knows it's outrageous. to chris wallace's credit he did call her on it and couldn't take it anymore at some point. she does this every single day, ed. most people don't call her on it. the republicans stand up and cheer at these rallies. thank god there was a journalist -- i know it was on a network you don't always agree with, but thank god chris wallace pointed it out because most republicans don't do that. >> this is up one of the reasons they were able to win the debate when it comes to health care because they spew stuff out there and know so much of it, we don't have enough air time to correct it. what do you make of sarah palin? she got 330 votes, straw poll down there at their southern republican leadership conference. was that a good showing or a not a good showing considering how much publicity she's gotten? >> i think it wasn't a good showing for her. imagine if you're newt gingrich who is a reall
is going on. today sarah palin accused president obama of coddling our enemies and called president obama's white house the most radical white house in american history. >>> plus, we have the promilitia republican for government out in idaho, he told "nightline" he has no problem for local militias create a little force. we'll ask rex ramal what he meant by that, show a little force. >>> i got a nice mention on fox last night. it was pretty positive. finally, let me finish with some thoughts about our rights as americans, including the right to choose who we marry, a matter now on its way to the supreme court. let's start with stevens retirement from the supreme court. pete, big topic. i know you have been thinking about it for a while. what do you think the president is thinking? >> i think he is thinking a couple things. how can he get someone through the senate. the calculation he has to make, does he choose a relatively moderate justice who can get confirmed or someone a little more developed record of decisions or statements that are liberal that would be a tougher fight. that is the
kornblut the book is called notes from the cracked ceiling helleri clinton is sarah palin and will take for a woman to win produce said 2008 was the opposite for women a severe letdown with damaging consequences how? >> guest: there was a perception before this election there was some kind of unified front a lot on the women among the democratic party not a women's movement but they were united. hillary clinton did win a lot of women as the primary water on but when sarah palin was on the republican ticket she could not bring over democratic women or very many independent women rather than a groundswell we look at it splintered generational the across party lines even among women elected officials some who voted for obama or clinton. >> host: baguee june 2008 when clinton withdrew from the race and endorsed barack obama this is from washington d.c. >> although we were not able to shatter the glass ceiling this time, the banks do it got about 80 million? in it. [inaudible. [applause] and the like to shining through like never before filling a solid the hopes in the knowledge that the pat
. you can count former vice presidential candidate sarah palin along with those who do not like the plan for nukes, here's what she had to say about it on hannity the other night. >> unbelievable, unbelievable, no administration in america's history would i think have ever considered such a step that we just found out that president obama is supporting today. that's kind of like getting out there on the playground, a bunch of kids, ready to fight, and one of the kids saying go ahead, punch me in the face and i'm not going to retaliate. megyn: the president, firing back, when abc news asked him about palin's warning -- remarks, mr. obama taking a bit of a shot at the former alaska governor. take a listen. >> i really have no response to that. last i checked, sarah palin is not much of an expert on nuclear issues. if the secretary of defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff are comfortable with it, i'm probably going to take my advice from them, not from sarah palin. megyn: ow! coming up our political panel will debate that smang and the policy that ignited it. >>> meantime we
was that other tea party lucky charm, sarah palin. can the republicans be a party of opposition and still nominate a problem solving mainstreamer like romney? will they? also, supreme court sweepstake. should president obama break with the recent tradition of nominating judges and go with politicians with real life experience. the short list are all people who have been elected to somebody. >>> eating up the whoppers. the government is creating death panels, no terror attacks under president obama, no racial criticism for those who voted for health care. it's bad enough this nonsense is repeated what's more troubling is millions of americans eat it up. we'll get into the world that never wonders but just eats the stuff up. in case you missed it, tina fey is back as sarah palin. we've got her in the side show. and speaking of palin, let me finish tonight by commenting on that cover story on this week's "national journal" that makes the case that sarah palin may not know much but at least she knows what she wants to say. well, let's start with the gop. "newsweek's" howard fineman is an msnb
is harry reid. that's where we kicked off this tour in searchlight, nevada where we had sarah palin as a keynote speaker. i think he's losing on the ballot right now. if he doesn't drop out, you're going to see the tea party defeat him in 2010 november. >> you set your own standard for success or failure. we'll see what happens. levi russell, thank you for joining us. that does it for the "the dylan ratigan show." i'm eliot spitzer along with monica novotny. up next, "hardball" with chris matthews which starts right now. >>> supreme decision. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews down in washington leading off tonight the liberal hour. when a car drove up to the white house this morning at 10:30, it carried a letter that could change history and alter the landscape of the fall political season. the letter was from liberal supreme court justice john paul stevens notifying president obama that he would retire at the end of the court's current term. stevens has been on the court since 1975 and has upheld the liberal wing of the court. will president obama appoint
problem. after all this time of trying to figure out the middle east, sarah palin has finally figured it out for us. don't send diplomats. send realtors from join us in this century 21. what is she talking about? then she said health care was an unfunded mandate. she kept lying. it was as though she got to choose to say whatever she wanted and went on and on and on with it. it's got to stop at some point. >> all right. tiger woods at the masters. what did you make of that tv commercial? >> well i was completely freaked out by it. first of all, how embarrassing is it that -- the father's voice, but really it's about tiger woods' sponsors holding him accountable. when i think of responsibility i don't look to my tennis shoe company or sponsor, like, shouldn't that have been his wife's voice? and shouldn't that have been in their bedroom and shouldn't that have not been on television? if i'm going to see an ad like this i would like that to be the pope. i would like it to be god's voice saying, i'd like to know exactly what you've learned. >> i don't know. it just didn't make me want to
obama picked a fight with sarah palin and she was only too happy smiling, too, to fire back. in a bit, you make the call. >>> there were two big retirements, one a legendary figure on the supreme court, the other a rural michigan congressman you probably had never heard of until the final days of the health care debate. two retirements for me raised this question, will the middle of the politics raise its voice or be drowned out by the left and right extremes? we'll spend a lot of time on that question tonight and in the weeks ahead. one other thing, and this is important, important to me, and i hope important to you, the president read a letter from one of the miners who died in west virginia, urging his girlfriend to take care of their baby if something happened to him. we spent a lot of time on the week of the safety problems upper big branch mine. if you listen to the president today and other politicians in past 24 hours or so, it is clear they realize now that the laws and the agencies designed to protect workers in one of our most dangerous industries failed here. the odds of a
that were uncovered during the campaign. i will give you one. john will have others. sarah palin was picked by john mccain. people were shocked when it happened. at the time the mccain campaign said she had been on the list under consideration for a long time and that she received as much background check of so-called betting as any of the other people john mccain consider. there is skepticism about that at the time but like so much that would write about and "game change" the kind of parade, political journalism parade had begun. so this is one case where we went back to say what was the truth? the truth is that she was brought into the game for consideration for mccain as mccain's running mate very late, after their main focus, joe lieberman fell apart as an option. they need a game changing pic. lieberman was a game changing. in the book we quote from for the first time anywhere the vetting report done by a young washington lawyer who was asked on a friday afternoon to get ready and then in the face of less than two years look into sarah palin's background, not by making any phone calls
for him to critique them or criticize them. >> what about sarah palin? she electrified this conference, and yet when you look outside of the totality of the country, she really stirs up a lot of negative emotions as well. do you think she's qualified to be president right now? do you think she's had the background and the experience, if she does run, to be qualified for the job? >> well, of course, i don't think president obama had the background and experience to be qualified, so the fact of the matter is, she is legally qualified and after that, it's up to the american people, just like it was for senator obama, now president obama. >> have you ever felt this sort of angry kind of country that we now -- you can feel it when you're out there. i think you see it with -- on both the left and the right. is this reminiscent to you of any period in time when you lived through as a politician? >> yeah. there's a history in this country of people being vehement, sometimes to the point of being terrible, awful, indefensible, stupid, so that's gone on in this country long before haley barbour
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blistering spoofs on sarah palin. you have to check out what tina thinks a sarah palin network would look like. >> man on a helicopter with a sniper rifle versus wild. so you think that you can make me fill out crennus? "date line." >> tina does it again. who won in brand-new face-off between fey and palin? stay right where you are. >> okay, a.j. so tina fey hooking up with her sarah palin alter ego again, well, that makes sense. jon and kate getting together again. not so sure about that one. that's right, is jon really make a bizarre, explosive offer to do another show with his ex? even after suing her for custody of their kids? i mean, seriously. today "showbiz tonight" asks you, should jon and kate do another show together? oh, no, she didn't! first, jessica simpson went without makeup and now she's got a short do? this is "showbiz tonight" on hln, news and views. >> and now the "showbiz tonight" ticker. from the newsroom making news today. >>> welcome back to "showbiz tonight." i'm a.j. hammer in new york. today, the pope is saying that beef we had with the beatles, well, let it be.
. >> last i checked sarah palin is not much of an expert on nuclear issues. >> a testy exchange between sarah palin and the president. but who is right as far as the controversial new nuclear policy? >> we have already had our daughter murdered and now we have this attack. and the vile protesters set their sites on a 20-year-old student brutally murdered. we will tell you how the community is fighting back. you are about to enter the no spin zone. we begin right now. >> i am reporting tonight for bill o'reilly, thank you for watching. prepare yourselves for a supreme court show town and that is the subject of the talking points. when supreme court justice stevens announced the retirement today conservatives were sounding demoralized, some think it is a done deal president obama will get the second nominee confirmed before the fall. perhaps. but here are a few things for conservatives to consider: first, the balance of the court is not going to change since stevens, an activist, will be replaced by another activist. and here is what president obama said today about the qualification he w
and bart stupak will be retiring from congress. is that a victory from sarah palin and the tea partiers? palin speaking live in new orleans a half hour from now. with their take on the republican leadership in the big easy, we'll have right here, bob shrum and patrick buchanan. >>> justice stevens announced his retirement in a letter to president obama. chief justice john roberts issued a statement saying that stevens quote, has enriched the lives of everyone at the court through his intellect, independence and warm grace. so, what kind of person will the president be choosing as his successor? joining me now, pete williams and savannah guthrie. we're beginning to hear marine one coming back to the south lawn from andrews air force base. first, to you, pete, we expected this announcement, but it is still a very big deal. this is the longest serving justice on the supreme court and leader of the liberal wing. >> and third longest serving justice in u.s. history. number one, the fact that he'll be, his successor will be chosen by a democratic president means a new vote, the makeup of the
is trying to feed you. >> sarah palin takes on the media attacks on her and the tea party. >> we have people on frankly your cable channel saying hateful things about conservative politicians and i say more speech not less. >> laura ingraham blasts nbc. >> where is the balance? >> the pope celebrates holy week as the new york times and others try to nail the pontiff to sex scandals of the past and the vatican fires back. and tigers forges ahead to the masters, will the press tag along and a tormented teen takes her life and the media tells her sad story, but is the coverage helping to right the wrong or inflame the blame game. >> on the panel this week writer and fox news contributor judy miller, syndicated columnist cal thomas, jim pinkerton yellow new american foundation and national public radio news analyst juan williams, i'm gretchen carlson, fox news watch is on right now >> when we talk about fighting for our country, let's clear the air right now on what it is we're talking about. we're not inciting violence. don't get sucked into the mainstream media's lies about conservative americ
note, all this sea change that sarah palin and michele bachmann are talking about, what the heck is a democrat wdoing winning in florida last night? >> the hopey changey thing going well for us. >> it's somewhat of a senior citizen district. i guess grandmas down there didn't think the plug was going to get pulled on them. stephanie miller, great to have you on "the ed show." thanks so much. >>> tonight in our text survey i asked you, should the ceo of massey energy face criminal charges? 96% of you say yes, 4% of you say no. i'm ed schultz. for more information on "the ed show" go to ed.msnbc.com or check out my radio website at wegoted.com. up next, chris matthews going to be talking with cheed yan chris mar. we'll see you tomorrow night from 30 rock on "the ed show" on msnbc. have a great one. >>> tea time. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. leading off tonight, tea for who? what are the tea party people up to? good question. they rallied in boston today home of the original party and sarah palin got the crowd going by saying she doesn't
. this is what she says about sarah palin on palin joining fox news by the way. how could a self-congratulatory dim bulb like sarah palin resist joining the idiot party. i thought sarah palin was an inspiration to millions as well this is a double standard particularly with women in the media. when it comes to a powerful woman like oprah who i'm not sure where she her credentials to)be a moral arbiter versus that of sarah palin also an inspiration to millions of women. >> he's professing to be an oprah fan. >> you don't like palin, you do like oprah or is it the other way around? like them both. for different reasons. >> i've never met an author who thought their book enough publicity. here's the problem with the kitty kelly book. there isn't any great stuff in it. you tell me what the great blockbuster is? there are maybe personal stories about oprah that somebody may digç up and get into print. maybe kitty failed to put them in her book. >> it does not exactly ring true with the oprah we see on television. >> the fact she once was a roommate of john tesh is not enough to get
palin. >> couric: speculation continues about the political future of sarah palin, but a new cbs news poll shows she doesn't have much support. only 24% of americans have a favorable opinion of her and even among republicans her approval rating is less than half, just 43%. meanwhile, palin address add g.o.p. gathering in new orleans today and dean reynolds reports she continued a war of words with president obama. >> reporter: she entered the hall looking and sounding like a candidate for something. do you love your freedom? (cheers and applause). >> reporter: the former alaska governor whose foreign policy credentials were mocked during the campaign picked a fight on that ground with the president. >> now we've got the makings of the obama doctrine. the obama doctrine which is coddling enemies and alienating allies. >> reporter: to loud applause, she belittled his newly announced nuclear strategy. >> with all the vast nuclear experience he acquired as a community organizer and as a full-time candidate, all that experience, still no accomplishment to date. >> reporter: it's the kind o
. there was only one belle of the ball. albeit one with really sharp elbows. >> the governor, sarah palin. >> there's something about sarah that keeps conservatives on their feet and her name in the headlines. maybe it is that cheery did defiance. even perhaps especially when it comes to the president who dismissed palin's credentials to criticize his new weapons poll. >> if the secretary of defense and the chairman of joint chiefs of staff are comfortable with it, i'm probably going to take my advice from them and not from sarah palin. >> now the p, with all of the vast talk experience he acquired as a community organizer, and as a part-time senator, and as a full-time candidate, all that experience, still no accomplishment to date with north korea and iran. >> in the hallways outside the ballroom, we cornered republican players about the hottest ticket in the party. >> i think they are looking for somebody who can say, you know, yes, i will stand up and fight against the bad policies and who is committed to putting the right policies in place. >> whether that translates late near something bigger
world war ii story and told the audience just to keep fighting. then came the main event. sarah palin came back to the state that really made her famous during the 2008 republican national convention. >> while the left was writing obama-care, that bill in secret behind closed doors striking some sweetheart deals, representative michele bachmann, she opened the doors to the people's house. she shed light on what is in that bill. folks, every day as you discover more and more about what is in this bill, the more ticked off you're going to be and the more support for michele you're going to feel. >> yeah. i live in minnesota. at least we try to when we're not working in new york. the people in minnesota are just really ticked off about getting rid of discrimination. like the pre-existing condition. i mean, these are psycho sisters, are they not? the minnesota gop handed out 10,000 free tickets to the rally. tickets to the private afternoon fund-raiser only cost $500. middle-class americans just flocked to that, didn't they? minnesotaens had the opportunity to shell out ten grand for a pi
party and sarah palin got the crowd going by saying she doesn't mean to say president obama's downright un-american, just his policies are. richard nixon was good at this sort of thing. there are those who say the supreme court is communist. i wouldn't say that. she's playing the same old trick like saying it's time to reload but i'm not talking about guns. keep throwing out the red meat but denying she's got her brand on it. what are these tea party leaders up to? that's our top story tonight. >>> perfect timing. bill maher is with us tonight. he's got things to say about ex-governor palin and her unmerry cotillon of tea timers. plus are, republicans pretending to protect main street while being in bed with wall street? senate minority leader mitch mcconnell slammed democrats' reform plan as a professional bailout but only after meeting with a clack of hedge fund guys in new york. so who's fooling whom? >>> let's get our heads around big three primaries coming up may 18th. specter versus sestak up in pennsylvania. lincoln versus halter in arkansas and paul, rand paul versus grayson in
and freedom of speech. and sarah palin's interview with ll cool jay for fixed news. it was news to him. it was lifted from somewhere else. fox turns tail and runs. and baseball player hits ball, baseball player's hit ball hits baseball player's own mother. all the news and commentary now on tonight's seventh anniversary edition of "countdown." good evening. this is "countdown." >>> good evening from new york. president obama stunning supporters and getting a faint cough from his opponents announcing he is approved limited offshore drilling increases, delaware through central florida and along parts of the outer continental shill. drill b. obama, drill. the administration said it will save oil, the proverb about pleasing everybody and ending up pleasing nobody seems appropriate. president obama declaring he has cleared the way for expanded oil drilling along the atlantic coast, the eastern gulf of mexico and parts of the classic yan shoreline. >> given our energy needs, in order to sustain economic growth and produce jobs and keep our businesses competitive, we need to harness tradition
don't think it will be defeated. >> i think it can be defeated. when we come back, sarah palin and michellebackman dueling gop divas. the forecast is full of ifs. retirement these days, if i'm too exposed to downturns. if i'll go through my savings too fast. to help you feel more confident consider putting a portion of your savings in a metlife variable annuity. when the market goes up, it gives your assets a potential to grow. while protecting you if the market goes down with a steady stream of income. metlife annuities have helped over a million people stay on course with guarantees for the if in life. get answers about annuities at metlife.com. somewhere in america... there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, more than sixty thousand people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. answering
one with very sharp elbows. >> the governor sarah palin. >> something about sarah that keeps conservatives on her feet and her name in the headlines. maybe it's that cheery defiance. >> they say yes we can, we stand up and say, oh, no, you don't. >> even perhaps especially when it comes to the president who recently dismissed palin's kre ten shls to dismiss his nuclear policy. >> the secretary of defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff are comfortable with it, i'm going to take my advice from them and not sarah palin. >> now, the president, with all of the vast nuclear experience he acquired as a community organizer, as a part-time senator, and as a full-time candidate, all that experience still no accomplishment to date with north korea and iran. >> in the hallways outside of the main ballroom, we cornered republican players about the hottest ticket in the party. >> i think they're looking at somebody who say, yes, i'll stand up and fight against these bad policies, committed to the policies in place. >> whether that translates to something bigger or she's a si
defends the hutaree on grounds of faith and freedom of speech. >>> and sarah palin's interview with ll cool j for fixed news. it was lifted from somewhere else. fox turns tail and runs. >>> and baseball player hits ball, baseball player's hit ball hits baseball player's own mother? all the news and commentary now on tonight's seventh anniversary edition of "countdown." >> good evening, this is "countdown." >>> good evening from new york. president obama today stunning supporters and getting only a faint cough from his opponents, announcing he is approved a limited offshore oil and gas exploration increases. much of the eastern seaboard from delaware down through central florida. also along other parts of the outer continental shelf. drill obama, drill. new mileage standards will save oil, the proverb about trying to please everybody and ending up pleasing nobody seems appropriate, even though it too pleases nobody. at a military base outside washington, president obama declaring that he has cleared the way for expanded oil drilling along the atlantic coast, the eastern gulf of mexico a
me welcome governor sarah palin. >> you know, pat, i think i had a small role here in hosting this program one day when michelle bachmann came on and said we ought to have a media investigation. you were here. and the senate out of that -- a caterpillar became a butterfly and saw her today. she's dazzle on the stump. her speech today was so well given. i think that she's dynamite. i've seen you in the old days. i think she's really good on the stump. i saw her there, i think that she outdid palin today. is this the new starpower of the right? not the mitch mcconnells and the boehner. >> no question about it. boehner and mcconnell can't compare to this. extremely attractive men. they've got passion, chris. they've got conviction. they've got authenticity. and i don't say this in a derogatory way you've got a couple of rodeo queens out there. >> you mean that positively. take a look. go to this ron reagan, a woman of the west, if you will, minnesota and alaska. they talk in pioneer language about fishing and hunting and certainly gun rights and they've got all the themes out the
people up to? good question. they rallied in boston today. home the original party. and sarah palin got the crowd going by saying she doesn't mean to say president obama's down-right un-american, just that his policies are. you know richard nixon was good at this sort of thing. there are those who say the supreme ward is communist iwouldn't say that. she's playing the same old trick, like saying it's time to reload, but saying i'm not really talking about guns, just keep throwing out the red meat, but denying she's got her brand on it. so, again, what do these tea party leaders actually up to? that's our top story tonight. >>> and perfect timing. bill maher's with us tonight. he's got things to say about ex-governor palin and her uncamilleian tea parties. >>> slammed the democrat's financial reform plan as a perpetual bailout but only meeting after a clack of hedge fund guys in new york so who's fooling whom. >>> big three primaries coming up on may 17th. lincoln versus halter in arkansas. and paul versus grayson in kentucky. and let me finish tonight with what i really think of people
to the moon. >>> former governor sarah palin, with a barn burner speech at a big tea party rally out in boston today. >> is this what their change is all about? i want to tell them nah, you know, we'll keep clinging to our constitution and our guns and religion, and you take the change! megyn: now new word of an investigation concerning a planned speech by governor palin at a california university. new questions about politics and free speech and how they apply to a woman like sarah palin. >>> plus, could the pope be thrown behind bars over the recent catholic church sex scandal? we'll tell you who says yes and their plot to get it done. plus we get reaction from a vatican insider. megyn: just coming into the wires a short while ago, chinese rescue teams have now pulled more than 900 survivors from the rubble of a massive earthquake, a 6.9 magnitude chec hitting the remote northwest tibetan region of china yesterday. media reports at least 400 people were killed, thousands more, injured. workers are using picks and shovels to clear the debris. roads -- poor roads are making rescue efforts diff
sarah palin spoke to republicans and correspondent steve brown leads off from marquette, michigan, with the impending departure of a key and controversial player in healthcare reform. >> explaining why we wouldn't seek another term in the house, bart stupak said the number one item on his congressional to-do list has finally been accomplished. >> to make affordable healthcare a right not a privilege for all americans. >> he cited that goal. >> we finally accomplished what i set out to do 18 years ago. we passed comprehensive national healthcare reform. >> stupak's vote was critical and he switched from no to yes after a last-minute deal with the president over the issue of federal funding of abortion. this made him a target of the groups, most vocal of which is the tea party express. >> he is not going to run for re-election. >> let it be a warning to the rest of the uss marks. >> the tea party express is in the middle of a five-stop swing through stupak's district and had been running quarter million dollars worth of local radio and tv spots called for his ouster. >> you solditio
in healthcare reform says he won't run again. and sarah palin fires up republicans at a convention in new orleans. live from our studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening. i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. the oldest justice on the u.s. supreme court says it is time to step down. he sent his resignation letter today to president obama. we have fox team coverage. brian wilson looked at the politics of putting a new justice on the court but we begin with james rosen at the white house on today's announcement. >> leadership will be met. >> with the retirement of the associate justice john paul stevens among serving of the supreme court members, president obama has the second chance to shape the court's direction. and he nominated sonia sotomayor last year and he said the juror will affect the daily lives of the american people. >> it will be someone who like justice stevens knows in democracy, powerful interest must not be allowed to drown out the voice of the ordinary citizens. >> leading the selection process will be white house counsel bob bower who met the president
magazine. it's got a picture of sarah palin on the cover and below it, the words, no dummy. here it goes. not withstanding her deficiencies in knowledge, the author tells us, when palin says something, it's from her thoughts entirely. well, how'd the author learn palin is not getting her hawkish ideas from some right wing adviser? he cites a conversation he had with, guess what, a palin adviser. he cites a conversation he had with, guess what, a palin advis advisor. what a scoop. remember what john mccain's campaign manager said, quote, she doesn't know anything. but today sarah palin is speaking with iran, the middle east and all sorts of things. how has this knowledge grown from someone who couldn't tell katie couric what she even reads? she just knows these things, according to the article. what is her basis for the difficult u.s. challenges in finding a peace deal in the middle east? the author says palin doesn't get her conviction from books but from life experience. the scary prospect is is there are people like this writer eager to propel sarah palin, eager to use her, eager to se
this country apart? >>> coming up, sarah palin and michele bachmann? are they the new faces of the republican party or outshining the republican party? >>> tiger woods appears ainu ad, the first since the scandal, the ad featuring his late father's voice, strange no doubt about it. strangely compelling as well. what it means, we'll let you decide. first up, keeping them honest. governor bob from virginia calling april history month. a proclamation that resulted in the governor a few hours ago reversion himself. i want to show you what the proclamation said. it was issued friday by the newly elected governor of virginia. this is him. i want to make it big. april is the month the people of virginia joined the confederate states of america and goes on to -- joined the con f fed -- confederate states of america. and the civil war. skips ahead to clause 3, it is important for all virginians to reflect upon our commonwealth shared history to understand the sacrifices of confederate leaders, soldiers and citizens during the period of the civil war. do you notice anything missing? he's sack in the mo
to make a nest. she was artificially inseminated in january. >>> sarah palin is back in court she takes a witness stand in her e-mail hacking case. but first here's a preview of the cbs evening news. >>> [ no audio >>> we'll take you to an extraordinary m.a.s.h. m.a.s.h. unit set up in haiti by an american doctor and he is hoping to help an entire health care system that is in critical condition. that is tonight only on the cbs evening news. >>> more fallout today from the child sex abuse scandal in the catholic church. belgium's longest-serving bishop resigned and admitted he abused a boy years ago. charlie d'agata has the story from london. >> reporter: belgium bishop is the latest head to roll in the catholic church child sex scandal. the country's longest serving bishop admitted to sexually abusing a young boy 25 years ago. the belgium archbishop read a statement from the fallen bishop which he asked for forgiveness saying this has marked the victim forever. the wound does not heal neither in me or the victim. >> reporter: belgium is the latest country to be pulled in to the widenin
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by perpetuating this myth that racial profiling is a part of this law. >> is sarah palin right? has a myth of racism been injected into this debate? joining us now from washington dr. chris metzler, an associate dean at gorgeous town university. here in the studio publisher of magazine. latina publication. dr. metz ler let's begin with you. sarah palin is saying wait a second, where did race come from she says, in fact, president obama is trying to energize his political base by bringing race into the equation. is sarah palin right? >> and the governor is absolutely right. look, the fact of the matter is, that there is no racial component relative to this law. and i am sick and tired of this conversation about the fact that it is racism, it's racist, it's racial profiling. that's nonsense. if you read the law, the law is absolutely clear. look, what has to happen is the police officer makes a stop. that stop has to be legal in the first place. so, enough with the pandering. >> juan: hold on, chris. all right. so, do you believe that barack obama is doing this as a political maneuver to ene
this nation and you are it! you are it. >> bill: sarah palin target number one when it comes to tea party personalities, now a latino magazine publisher is hammering her. >> after 9/11 we pretty much dropped that race stuff, did we not? we were pretty much all americans there, right? [boos] >> bill: why was i booed at a conference sponsored by al sharpton? we will show you what happened. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the tea party getting under the skin of the liberal establishment. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. according to a recent rasmussen poll 24% of americans now identify with the tea party movement. that's up 8 points in just one month. what is driving the tea party is fear that president obama is changing traditional america, that the u.s.a. is becoming france, if you want to oversimplify it this week, tens of thousands of people turned out to rally against high government spending and high taxation. that is a message easy to understand. and t
of gop faithful are packed into the minneapolis convention center waiting to hear sarah palin's stump for tea party darling congresswoman michele bachmann. we should point out that the tickets are free. >>> in what's believed to be an unprecedented move president obama has given the cia authority to assassinate an american-born muslim cleric. >>> and confederate history rises again. on "the ed show" tonight we'll discuss the governor of virginia's controversial move to redeclare april confederate history month. the reverend jesse jackson will be joining me with reaction. everything is better with swanson broth in it. made with garden vegetables and sun-drenched herbs. the secret is swanson, 100% natural chicken broth. band now we're insuring overts do18 million drivers. gecko: quite impressive, yeah. boss: come a long way, that's for sure. and so have you since you started working here way back when. gecko: ah, i still have nightmares. anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> welcome back to msnbc. developing right now, these are live pictures from min
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